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Mountain landscape near Asahidake in Daisetsuzan national park, Hokkaido. With ropeway station.

Daisetsuzan National Park

The spectacular soul of Hokkaido.

Tokyo DisneySea

Japanese people also love Disney...

Sun Messe Nichinan

A nod to the famous Moai of Easter Island, the Sun Messe statues are the only replicas allowed to be made of the originals in the entire world...

Mount Daisen

Soaring straight out from the Sea of Japan at a height of 1729 meters, Mount DaiSen is the highest, and holiest, mountain in the Chugoku region...

Mount Misen

Misen rises 500 metres over the seto Inland sea on the scenic, spiritual island of Miyajima, just minutes away from Hiroshima City by ferry...

Kurokawa Onsen

Arguably one of Kyushu’s most prized gems, Kurokawa Onsen is a favourite with Japanese people due, not only to the variety of hot spring baths offered, but also to a secluded location high up in the lush Aso mountain range, in the majestic shadow of its active central volcano...

Ooedo Onsen Monogatari

The Ooedo-Onsen Monogatari calls itself an "Onsen Theme Park" and in many ways, it really feels like an amusement park...

Zao Onsen

Picture this: the sun is setting on a perfectly snowy winter evening and you’re outside after a long day of skiing, relaxing in a hot spring full of skin-enriching minerals...

100 Places to See Cherry Blossom in Japan: Chugoku

Most visitors will end up in the Chugoku region because of Hiroshima but there’s a lot more to the westernmost part of Honshu than travel guides give it credit for, including some rather breathtaking cherry blossom spots...

100 Places to See Cherry Blossom in Japan: Kansai

winding cobbled streets lined with dark wooden houses, the sound of distant gongs in the mountains and - for a limited time only - cherry blossoms...

100 Places to See Cherry Blossoms in Japan: Chubu

The central region of Japan’s main island, Chubu is the mountainous hinterland that predominantly serves as a passage between the economic centers of Kanto and Kansai...

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